Mr Xenophon said the process leading to the decision to ban Huawei from Australia’s 5G rollout was unfair and lacked due process, which are all rights “you should afford a company operating in Australia”.
The US is scrambling to catch-up on 5G. It seems that ‘National Security’ is being used as a smokescreen for raw old school protectionism.
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Bernard Collaery is being prosecuted in secret by the Australian Government for his role exposing the Howard Government’s illegal bugging of the Timor-Leste Government in 2004. While little is known about what’s been said in court, we have prepared a short explainer on the background of the case.
“When this legislation was first mooted this was to stop Al Qaeda … not to turn upon marijuana activists or people who perhaps are rude or abusive to police.” Mark Davis.
National security is being used to bully Bernard Collaery and cover-up the wrongdoing of a previous Coalition government.
Nearly two years since the Turnbull Government threw the 5G roll-out into disarray by blocking Huawei, the government is still grappling with how the technology is going to be deployed.
A Parliamentary Committee has warned that NSW’s Government oversight bodies are no longer able to fulfill their “statutory and constitutional functions.”
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